Senate bill would raise statewide tobacco sales age to 21

“Proposal comes days after Edina became first Minn. city to make the move. The movement to require tobacco buyers in Minnesota to be 21 years old reached the State Capitol on Thursday. Sen. Carla Nelson, R-Rochester, introduced a bill that would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products statewide from 18 to 21.”

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